Hanley established his own gallery in London, where he was titled Westminster Artist of the Year, 1991.
Work in Frenchay Hospital and other public collections.
Tel: 0117 963 4180
I make mixed media paintings and drawings. My work is strongly affected by my experience of the landscape. Current influences include Ivon Hitchens, and also the St Ives School, particularly Peter Lanyon.
Sarah Tamar invites you to a 'Peep Show' in her Garden Studio featuring paintings, poetry and polemics by Sarah Tamar.
Poetry performane at 2pm on Saturday 12 May.
Contact details: 0117 9020781 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Developing Cornish Landscape painting 'en plein air'. Also exhibiting at 'The Great Atlantic Map Works' Falmouth, 'The Roundhouse' in Sennen, and in July 'The North Cornwall Gallery and Museum', Camelford. Coming up for the Trail.
Ma in Sculpture from Winchester. Six years lecturing fine art.
Training Room 4, The Harry Crook Centre, St John Ambulance, Raleigh Rd, Bedminster
I create very textured acrylic paintings and mixed-media collages using sea, landscape, flowers and nature as inspiration.
0117 9025429 07790379372 email@example.com
For several months I have been collecting images and stories relating to shoes. Shoes can tell us a lot about the wearer and are often linked with memories. The collection of shoe stories can be seen at:
For this series of paintings I have concentrated on my own vast collection of shoes. Choosing those that have a special significance to me, and those that for some reason I am unable to throw away.
Oil paintings exploring the roughness and romance of Bristol's bridges, boats, wharfs and waterways. Working on textured surfaces, my interest is in capturing the last remaining corners of old dockland before it is subsumed by modern development
Known for her acrylics on canvass, Leanne Winter is inspired by colour and and South Bristol urban areas. She is in artists residence at the Glasnost restaurant in Totterdown and regularly exhibits at Bristol art events.
Exhibition of watercolour landscapes in a variety of formats, both traditional and abstract.
Inspired by the simplicity and shape of everyday objects and places,
I like to use three colours to accentuate line and stimulate the viewer.
The use of satin paint adds to the unambiguous image, creating a painting
that can be enjoyed in any living or working environment.